Brandon's parents got into the act by wrapping the passenger-side dash grab handle in suede, twice. Brandon actually went through two different colors in suede, and everything had to match. Now there is definitely no confusing this interior with a monster truck, and we haven't even mentioned the audio. Thirteen inches were taken out of the middle of the rear bench to accommodate the fiberglass subbox that Brandon built with help from Nathan Gonzales.
Three Kicker Solo-Baric subs are powered by a Kicker 600.1 amp, while the MB Quart mids and tweeters in all four doors and A-pillar are powered by an Xtant 600.4 amp. A Clarion DVD head unit in the dash is the command center for all of the audio and can send video to two monitors mounted in the C-pillar or serve as a display for the rear view camera. The final interior pieces are an Escalade gauge cluster that complement the blue and silver found elsewhere in the truck, and the crown jewel: the steering wheel. Dima custom made the steering wheel to be a perfect match for the Blitz wheels Brandon picked out.
Brandon and his family put a lot of work into getting this truck finished, so he'd like to thank his wife, Tammy; his brother, Dustin; and his parents, James and Betty. Sid Buchanek from Asid Graphics, and Charlie from Team Ace It, Nitto Tire, and Street Glow also get a lot of credit. Brandon plans on building more trucks in the future, and if this first truck is any indication, you'll be seeing more of his work in Truckin'.